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rumbustious

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrumbustiousrum‧bus‧tious /rʌmˈbʌstʃəs/ adjective  full of energy, fun, and noise syn rambunctious American English rumbustious football fans
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rumbustiousIn a playing career that ended the month Graeme Souness arrived at Rangers, Johnstone had excelled himself as a rumbustious centre-forward.This is a noisy, rumbustious film that's prone to burying itself in hails of gunshots and sheets of flame.They are painted with a rumbustious panache-or, looked at another way, with a gauche lack of sophistication.A plant can be an obedient herb in one habitat and a rumbustious weed somewhere else.
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